Defining their own house as an art work in 2006 became the basis for a long-term artistic practice together. The ‘house as art work’ is a framing device to open up a meta-perspective on their own work, the art world and daily life in general. Their practice investigates the dynamics between economy, law, and governing, deploying the arts and the socio-economic conditions of artists as their preferred case studies. Considering the art world a micro cosmos for the dynamics that play out in wider society they look into the possibilities for a more equitable distribution of values produced.

Vermeir & Heiremans presented their work at: 10th and 13th Istanbul Biennial (2007 & 2013), Arnolfini, Bristol (2009), Nam June Paik Art Center, Yongin (2010), 7th Shenzhen Sculpture Biennial (2012), Manifesta 9, Limburg (2012), Argos, Brussels (2012), Extra City, Antwerp (2012), Riga Art Space (2013), Rotwand Gallery, Zurich (2014), Triennale Brugge (2015), Dojima River Biennale, Osaka (2015), Transmediale, Berlin (2016), Bucharest Biennale 7 (2016), Rencontres Internationales Paris/Berlin (2017 & 2019), Glassyard Gallery, Budapest (2018), The Atlantic Project, Plymouth (2018), Flat Time House, London (2018), Pump House Gallery, London (2018), f.eks & Kunsten Museum of Modern Art, Aalborg (2020), after the Butcher, Berlin (2021), Edith Russ Haus, Oldenburg (2021), Musée de la Ville d’eaux, Spa (2021), La Box, Bourges (2022)